The onset of atopic eczema is usually before two years of age although it can manifest itself in older people for the first time. Atopic eczema is often worst between the ages of two and four but it generally improves after this and may clear altogether by the teens.
At loveSkin we are able to help you improve your eczema.
Your aesthetic nurse Isabel Lavers has many years of experience in dermatology and will be able to help you find the most appropriate treatment.
Following a detailed Skin Health Consultation Isabel will examine your skin. If prior to your appointment you experience a flare take a picture on your phone or camera and bring this to your consultation. During your consultation we will discuss your eczema history, treatments used, alleviate worries and concerns, produce a written treatment plan and offer you practical tips and recommend topical treatments. This may consist of recommended medication your GP can prescribe or you can obtain from your chemist or via a private prescription from your clinic (Isabel is an independent nurse prescriber).
Skin Health Consultation
The purpose of the consultation is to analyse your skin, identify underlying causes for compromised skin and hair health and discuss any concerns you may have or wish to address.
During the consultation an in depth skin analysis assessment is carried out and a comprehensive lifestyle and medical form is completed, with photographic images, which enable us to develop a treatment plan specific to your needs.
To prepare for your consultation please follow your usual skin care regime the evening before your appointment and but do not apply any products prior to your appointment.
Please bring to your consultation appointment:
- All current skincare products
- All existing make-up
- Please make a list of any medication or supplements
Eczema Education and Treatment Plan Price
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